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The general public saw Cubist artworks for the first time at that annual exhibition in Paris, what are your reactions to these paintings and sculpture nearly a century later? What was your favorite gallery in the exhibition and why? Which works of art impressed you the most and the least?

Originally Posted By eileen marcy
Came to see Picasso in Paris Exhibit Members Preview however - you are admitting too many people in each time slot, the place is overcrowded, overheated and its difficult at best to get near most of the paintings! Big disappointment!

Eileen

We have passed your concerns on to Visitor Services. We certainly appreciate your comments.

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Web Team - 2.23.2010 - 4:03 PM
I learned more in the last hour-and-a-half than I have in entire semesters. Great exhibit. :)

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Lola - 2.23.2010 - 2:59 PM
THE EXHIBIT WAS GREAT

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leon - 2.23.2010 - 1:31 PM
Came to see Picasso in Paris Exhibit Members Preview however - you are admitting too many people in each time slot, the place is overcrowded, overheated and its difficult at best to get near most of the paintings! Big disappointment!

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eileen marcy - 2.23.2010 - 12:52 PM
"Cézanne, Cézanne, le père de cubisme" ~song by the 5 Chinese Brothers.No mention of Cézanne here, I am sorry about that.

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Will Weaver - 2.23.2010 - 12:46 PM
I'm glad that you included the sculpture Prayer by Jacques Lipshutz. which makes mention of the second World War and the holocaust. such an event has to be the context of the later paintings.

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B.J. - 2.23.2010 - 12:20 PM
I through the exhibition was put together very well. Can't wait for the next one.

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DINA - 2.23.2010 - 11:13 AM
I think the exibit was amazing....ABOLUTELY BREATH TAKING!

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Tona - 2.22.2010 - 12:33 PM
Simply speechless!

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xD - 2.22.2010 - 12:10 PM
it was pretty interesting..some of the wrks were pretty typical..but it was very nice to see.

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frustratedppl - 2.22.2010 - 12:09 PM
This is a very interesting exhibit...

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Iana - 2.22.2010 - 12:09 PM
Another outstanding exhibit! The prep work and delivery were wonderful and truly brought you into the life and experiences of the times.

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A. Kumkumian - 2.21.2010 - 5:55 PM
I LOVED THE SHOWS THIS YEAR. AMAZING KEEP THEM COMING

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SARAH B - 2.21.2010 - 5:29 PM
Early 20th Century was a time of great uncertainty and transition and history is reflected through these paintings and sculptures which are darker and less colorful than traditional perspectives... it gave me an acute sense that this time was a hard time for many...which as history shows, was indeed a world in turmoil.

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john hendrick - 2.21.2010 - 5:26 PM
I enjoyed the historical perspective provided by the audio tour. It gave meaning to many of the works.

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Jane - 2.21.2010 - 4:52 PM
Very enjoyable, only wish we could have seen some of the Blue and Rose period, but overall, very beautiful. The red room was my favorite, nice work!

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Rachel Gerofsky - 2.21.2010 - 4:52 PM
It was GREAT!!!!

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jdvnueijdfmo[i - 2.21.2010 - 4:49 PM
I liked that we could hear about some of the paintings.

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Isabella - 2.21.2010 - 4:48 PM
I would've liked to see post-WW II materials but, on whole, it was a very good exhibit. Not at all boring!

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David - 2.21.2010 - 4:32 PM
we still think its boriing and have only been there for 28 minutes :p

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GABBY AMD KELLY- for the third time.... - 2.21.2010 - 4:22 PM